Hi there everybody! Here you have a little quiz with 13 phrasal verbs related to paying and owing money. As usual, read the questions, or the description and guess which is the missing preposition. By the way, in this activity you’ll have an example that will help you get the correct guess.
Here’s a set of phrasal verbs that we can use when speaking about relationships or family issues. Look at all the options in the quiz and choose the one you think is more suitable according to the meaning in brackets.
As a teacher, I know very well how students feel about phrasal verbs as there are so many. But although phrasal verbs are very commonly used in English, I don’t recommend learning them by heart – I mean sitting for ages in front of a paper with lists and lists of them. Rather than this,…… Continue reading Phrasal verbs for work
Pexels Negative Space Here you have a fun quiz for advanced levels that includes quite a few phrasal verbs and some idioms related to health.
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Photo by Mwabonje from Pexels Stop up, stop in, stop by…are some phrasal verbs that use the verb stop. What do they actually mean? Take the quiz and see how many correct answer you get.
In this post you have a quiz with some of the most common phrasal verbs with keep for intermediate learners of English.